Disappearing Silhouette

By Kaia Miller, TIWP Student Freckled face, hair in red lace.Bouncy curls, string of pearls.Eyes a glow, smiling in a scarlet dream.Hands clasped, sadness maskedArms raised, skirts swirlingShadows dancing without you for the first time. Water splashes oh how I adore herChipped wine glass red stained glassEyes a glow smiling in a lilac dreamBubbly laughsContinue reading “Disappearing Silhouette”

The Hatred of Loving You…a short story

By Ava Skidgel, TIWP Student “Do you really hate me?” She looked at him dead in the eyes, disdain fueling the rage inside of her. He looked back back at her with a soul full of pity and a look of regret. “Fredrick!?” she scorched, hoping he would give her the response she longed for.Continue reading “The Hatred of Loving You…a short story”

Dear stranger I used to know,

By Ava Skidgel, TIWP Student Sometimes I wonder how we drifted apartTwo boats drifting away from one anotherBut at some point we stopped seeing each other clearlyWe weren’t able to see the soul crushing riftBecause we couldn’t recognize one another Our souls used to thrive within each other’s presenceWe could sit for hours on endContinue reading “Dear stranger I used to know,”